Degrees of separation, creativity and innovation

Saturday, August 25, 2007

Researchers at the University of Washington and New York University have completed new research that provide some insight into how clusters work. Their study examined the performance of 1,106 companies in 11 different industries over a six-year period.

They concluded that companies that network and form strategic alliances are more creative, and they develop more patented inventions than those that are less connected.

You can read more about their research here.

posted by Ed Morrison |

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